MOA Signing Between Atheist Republic and HAPI

Posted by ADMIN01 | Posted on January 13, 2020

The Naked Turtle Sports Bar
Cubao, Quezon City
December 21, 2019

 

The Atheist Republic, represented by the admins of Atheist Republic Metro Manila Consulate namely Mac Adornado and Jovee Brazal, signed an official Memorandum of Agreement this 21st of December, 2019 at The Naked Turtle Sports Bar in Cubao, Quezon City.

Being both secular organizations in the Philippines, it was considered as common knowledge for the events of each organization to have participants who are members coming from both organizations. The secular society in the Philippines is considered a niche market as well and most people know of each other’s dealings and activities. Friendships within the community is also a given. With a memorandum of agreement, a more formal relationship is established and recognized as now there would be a sharing of both manpower and resources in the common propagation of secular information and ideals within the community.

With this signing, the Atheist Republic and the Humanist Alliance Philippines International are now official event partners and collaborators! Present also in this signing event are HAPI CFO Dweng Bulaclac and HAPI Membership Officer Shane Haro.

We are now stronger, bolder, and bigger.

2020 will definitely have to watch out for us secular organizations in the Philippines.

 

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About The Author

Dee Bulaclac

An NGO practitioner for almost two decades, Dee Bulaclac is a humanist and equal rights advocate who wants to promote critical thinking skills through education, civilized discussions and having a resolute voice in the darkness. Currently he is also HAPI’s Chief Finance Officer and Brand Specialist.

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